Keele University Flat Roof Case Study

When the specification matters

The client required a waterproofing system capable of enduring foot traffic and sustaining plant whilst providing exemplary drainage falls and a roof area suitable for hosting a solar PV array. 

BTRS was selected for its durability and BBA stated service life of over 35 years. Utilising a BauderSOLAR PV solution and tapered insulation met the client’s criteria for a rooftop renewable energy source and drainage falls. Bauder, as single source supplier, provided a comprehensive guarantee for the entire roof solution.

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PROJECT: Keele University Central Science Laboratories
LOCATION:  Keele, Staffordshire
ARCHITECT: Halliday Meecham Architects (Manchester)
APPROVED CONTRACTOR:  NRA Roofing & Flooring Services Ltd

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